Alaska Statutes.
Title 28. Motor Vehicles
Chapter 10. Vehicle Registration, Liens, and Title
Section 231. Certificate of Title Contents.
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AS 28.10.231. Certificate of Title Contents.

(a) A certificate of title issued by the department must contain

(1) the date issued;

(2) the name and residence and mailing address of the owner;

(3) the name and address of the primary lienholder, if any;

(4) a description of the vehicle including its make, year of manufacture, identification number; and

(5) other information the department may reasonably require.

(b) The certificate of title must contain a space for the assignment and warranty of title by the owner or dealer selling the vehicle and a space for the assignment or release of the security interest of a lienholder, and may contain forms for application for title by a transferee, and for the naming of a primary lienholder.

(c) The department may not indicate on a certificate of title more than the primary lienholder and the primary registered owner when indicating lienholders and registered owners.

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